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No Statute of Limitations for the Law of Kamma
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One will often find such examples in the Commentaries. For example, someone donates to a Solitary Buddha, but later regrets it. As a result he is reborn as a multi-millionaire, but is a miser so cannot enjoy his wealth.

No one only does wholesome deeds and never unwholesome deeds (and vice versa). Even the Buddha suffered some bad results of previous misdeeds when he was sick, injured by Devadatta, or threatened by the wild elephant Nālagiri.
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RE: No Statute of Limitations for the Law of Kamma - by Bhikkhu Pesala - 06-17-2017, 06:17 PM

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